It becomes evident then that to really be healthy and do the best we can, we have to take into account beliefs and mental attitude concerning food.”
Correct. And not only concerning food…
I quit following the news on TV years ago. Before I made that decision, I felt that viewing the 8 o’clock news was a “must”. But this “must” determined my evening schedule, which caused me stress without me being aware of it.
Once I quit, this “I must watch the news” stress disappeared. Only then did I realise that I had subjected myself to stress all those years. I didn’t notice the stress until it disappeared…
Also, I got a lot of free time, because my evening was no longer interrupted by this “plight”. That too was a stress reducer. In addition, my adrenalin levels weren’t being raised each evening when I was watching distressing news. That too was a good thing.
The only disadvantage is that I sometimes hear news later than others. But that’s not a big problem. I hear about very important news soon enough through other channels. And if I miss something – so what? I don’t care anymore. I’m much more relaxed than I used to be.
Congratulations, CatLady, for starting going this road too! You’ve made a really important, literall life-changing discovery!
You are so right. Thank you.
I dont watch the news either,Floggi.
Anything I need to know is told to me by well-meaning but very depressing family members,hahaha.
You know, when I was in my teens I was an avid reader of Ernest Holmes and other authors of New Thought. I read books about Meher baba, Babaji, Sai Baba. I read books by the St Germain Press about messages from Masters met atop mountains….
There is a common thread that runs through all of it,
and when you catch it, you feel peace.
The problem is that it can escape you,lol.
If not put into practice, it is so easy to forget, and the scaffolding that once supported the creation of your life is gone and you wind up with a wonky house LOL
I need some renovations, my friend 😉